Nov
06
2008

Giving a facelift to old sites

Most Design companies and designers jump with joy at an opportunity to redesign an existing site. It may make business sense to the design company, but we need to see what is best for the customer. Redoing an existing site is a big task and needs a solid rationale. One

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should not be just throwing money to create something new. We have learnt over the past few years what works and what doesn’t and we advise clients accordingly if they need a site facelift or continue with the existing site. Here are some tips to consider before doing a facelift.

Old and new website comparision A good example of redesign is http://www.barackobama.com. According to me it is one of the best website designs we have today. It is also a success story how this website helped Obama succeed in his mission to get elected as the President of USA. The website also helped him raise millions of dollars for his campaign. There is a sea change in the old and the new website and this maybe the best example today for people looking for a redesign of their website. BTW Congrats ‘President-elect’ Obama.

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